While CBD is being touted by many across the globe as a cure all, a newly-published study found that THC in marijuana has strong eye benefits for glaucoma patients and that CBD actually blocks those beneficial effects. One of the most commonly proposed uses of medical marijuana is to treat glaucoma.
Clint Werner, author of Marijuana, Gateway to Health stated in a Facebook post after reading study, “KNOW YOUR RECEPTORS! CBD is possibly/probably harmful for people who need CB1 activation to treat illnesses. CBD has a far more limited range of applications, but euphoranoia has ignorant people thinking CBD is good but THC is bad. Nonsense. My eye ailment does NOT need CBD. THC keeps the tissues free from inflammation and damage, amazingly effectively.”
There you have it, both THC and CBD can be beneficial therapeutically, but interact with certain cannabinoid receptors differently, so it’s very important to know your receptors.
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